Your cuticles will thank you if you use this cream daily. Rub into your cuticles as often as needed for maximum moisturizing benefits. The sweet citrus scent is divine.
- It helps to treat cracked nails and cuticles.
- It strengthens nails as well as cuticles.
- It prevents the skin to lose its moisture.
- It also prevents nail infections.
- It is helpful for excess cuticle, cracked nails, ingrown nail and fungal infections.
- The use of Aloe Vera and coconut oil helps to cure nail psoriasis.
- It cleans the nails.
- Repairs nail damage.
- Extremely Moisturizing.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING CUTICLE CREAM?
One of the functions of the cuticle is to protect the new cells that come up from the base of the nail. Dry, cracked or otherwise damaged cuticles create an opening for bacteria and fungi. That's why when you use cuticle cream to prevent dryness, you improve your chances that your nail won't become infected.
Dry cuticles can affect your overall appearance, too, by making your hands seem less attractive. For this reason, some people take matters into their own hands by trimming their cuticles with scissors. A better approach to cuticle aesthetics is to keep the cuticles soft and moisturized. If they for some reason get too long or unruly, you may try gently pushing back a moistened cuticle with a washcloth -- though some experts don't approve of cuticle pushing at all. Damaging your cuticles while you try to trim them or push them back can also create an opening for bacteria and fungi and may lead to infection.Our cuticle cream is a blend of candelilla wax, shea butter, sweet almond oil, vitamin E, and sweet orange essential oil.
How To Use:
Massage this rich cream into and around cuticles for anytime hand care. Put the power of nature to work for your skin. Gently massage cream into cuticles after washing hands and as needed.
4 oz pod
For external use only. This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, prevent or cure any disease. It is paraben, gluten and dye free. No animal testing.